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Patching OS for SQL Boxes Advice


Patching OS for SQL Boxes Advice

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Hi all,

Anyone have any advice for patching windows on SQL boxes.

We have dev environments for about 50% of our live servers. So will patch dev confirm its ok then live (They should be the Same OS, SQL version)

I was just planning on doing all high priority updates and leaving software, where its windows search or IE etc.

The thing im really not sure on about is .NET, IF SQL needs 3.5 to install should i ignore .NET 4? or upgrade to it? There always seems to be a lot lo .NET patches. so im interested to know what poeple normally do about them.

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